LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - Here's a look at what's trending today on the web!
Boston sings the national anthem
It has been a tough week for the city of Boston, but a moment last night proved that even an area of 4.5 million people can come together as a community.
In a game between the Boston Bruins and Buffalo Sabres, fans stood tall and defiant in light of the recent tragedy in their city, serving notice that the human spirit and the soul of a city are infinitely resilient.
Good Samaritan Who Gave His Medal To Runner Laura Wellington Identified As Alaska Native Brent Cunningham
There is no denying the tragedy from the Boston bombings, but many have said good will always outweigh the bad. One of the good stories we found came from runner Laura Wellington.
It was her first marathon. She was a half a mile from the finish line when the two bombs went off Monday, and the race was abruptly halted. She had no clue at the time if her parents were ok, but a passing stranger and marathon participant himself saw her sitting on the curb in tears.
He helped her get in touch with her family and asked if she had gotten her medal. When she said no, the stranger took his off and gave it to the crying Wellington, telling her she was a finisher in his eyes.
She set up a Facebook plea to find her Good Samaritan, and it was quickly shared over 250,000 times.
As it turns out the man was thousands of miles away in Alaska, and his name was Brent Cunningham. By Wednesday, they had contacted each other on Facebook and Thursday morning they talked by phone.
The two say they would like to run a marathon together in the future.
Beer belly photo bomb goes viral
Anything viral when you're pregnant is usually a bad thing, but a Missouri couple's pregnancy picture hit the internet, and it appears to be going viral across the nation this morning.
The Kansas City couple wanted forever memories, so they got a photographer to take professional photos, but when they got the prints, the wife soon learned her husband had a little fun in the background!
They thought it was humorous, so they put the picture online for their friends and family, but it has now been shared and liked thousands of times on Facebook.
The mom-to-be said she had no idea what was going on behind her, but she did notice that her photographer kept laughing uncontrollably.
Unbelievable Wingsuit Cave Flight!
A world-famous daredevil is wowing the web again with a new stunt from the sky.
Alexander Polli used a wing suit to fly through a narrow opening in a mountain at a mind-boggling speed of 155 mph.
The narrow opening in Spain is appropriately named "Batman Cave," and it's not much wider than the daredevil. It goes without saying that you shouldn't try this at home.
Polli Said he was glad he made it through on the first try because he was pretty certain that is all he would have gotten.